By Katie Keleher, LocalNews8.com April 12, 2018
IDAHO FALLS, Idaho (KIFI/KIDK) - The Idaho Falls community broke ground on a new 14-acre park along the Snake River. The park is located just south of the Snake River Landing and north of Sunnyside. It will be a bridge to connect other parks along the Snake River.
"This really fills in the gaps and connects that trail system so people can continue to ride," said Greg Weitzel, director of Parks and Recreation for Idaho Falls. "But it also, from an aesthetic perspective, it also helps to just create that greenbelt network and that green infrastructure that we need along the river."
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